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Recent Tweets On Music & Internet Radio Recaptured For The Blog

Posted by John on January 20th, 2012

At Custom Channels, we’re always tweeting about interesting articles and provocative ideas. If you missed any, here is a collection of nine tweets/Facebook posts from the past two months about the music business, FM radio, and Internet radio that we thought were especially good to highlight again.

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Wired compares Spotify vs. Rdio. Which has most Billboard chart hits: http://ow.ly/8ycyf   Which has most top albums: http://t.co/NkFVMxN9

Watch Tim Westergren talk about Pandora.  Pandora sees huge jump in audience, 125 million registered users.    https://youtu.be/Rb58FvEz2zo

The State of Online Music. See the numbers: http://ow.ly/8yatL    Next Big Sound measures daily music consumption and purchases.

Sean Ross lists most intriguing stations. Does “radio” include pureplays and custom streams or is “radio” only AM/FM?  http://t.co/Nux7zqO2

The label SubPop is a bright spot in struggling music industry. LA Times profiles indie rock label in its 3rd decade. ow.ly/8rza5

Inside look at Daniel Ek (“The Most Important Man In Music”), a history of Spotify and look ahead to music biz future. http://t.co/s2FPls4J

NASA launched a new Internet radio station called Third Rock. http://t.co/qOOGj33b

Why Spotify can never be profitable: The secret demands of record labels. http://t.co/sVczjFEP

What Happens When the Commercials Come On? New study says radio audience size at end of commercial break is 93% as at start. http://t.co/pWH7Q9m1

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